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- What counts as success for “Super Mario Run” January 2, 2017WHEN it was finally released on December 15th, “Super Mario Run” quickly became the most downloaded free game in Apple’s app stores in 138 countries. At last count well over 50m people had downloaded it. In contrast, all Super Mario titles released over the past three decades have together sold some 558m copies.
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